Tullow is a well-established and recognised major supplier of oil, operating across Africa and South America.
Our purpose and strategy
Our purpose is to create shared prosperity through the exploration and development of oil and gas in emerging markets.
How we run our business
Tullow’s business model is to find and monetise oil from our portfolio of assets across Africa and South America.
Oil life cycle
The oil and gas cycle is the stages an international oil exploration and production company (IOC) goes through, from its initial entry into a country, through to when natural hydrocarbon reserves are depleted.
It started in a small town called Tullow, about 35 miles south of Dublin, Ireland.
The Board is accountable to shareholders for sustainable financial performance and long-term shareholder value and are focused on strong corporate governance and effective risk management.
Committees established by the Board to ensure strong corporate governance.
Code of ethical conduct
We are committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards in the professional conduct of our staff, suppliers, contractors and consultants.
We recognise that effectively managing risks and opportunities is essential to our long-term success and is fundamental in helping us achieve our strategic objectives and protecting long-term shareholder value.
The Board currently comprises a Chair, an Executive Director and five independent non-executive Directors.
Who we’re looking for
A career at Tullow offers new experiences and professional challenges.
What we offer
In Tullow, all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully and everyone has equal access to opportunities and resources to enable them to contribute to Tullow’s overall success.
How to apply
Tullow’s dedicated job portal lists our current vacancies from around the world.
The delivery of our strategy is dependent on the skills and expertise of our people.
An independent oil and gas company focused on Africa and South America.
Exploration activities offshore the Union of the Comoros in the Indian Ocean.
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Operated exploration and non-operated production in Cote d'Ivoire.
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Production activities in two non-operated fields.
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Exploration, development and production activities in non-operated fields.
World class Jubilee field came on-stream in 2010.
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The TEN field achieved first oil in August 2016.
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Payments to Governments
Outline of payments to Ghana government.
The majority of Tullow’s production comes from the Jubilee and TEN fields in Ghana.
Environmental & Social
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Significant oil discoveries progressing to development in Kenya.
Decommisioning activities in the Chinguetti, Banda and Tiof fields.
Exploration interests in two operated offshore licences.
Ad Hoc Committee reports
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Development planning for the Lake Albert Development Project.
Africa is the heartland of Tullow, with operations on the continent since 1986.
Decommissioning of UK assets.
Exploration and appraisal activities in three blocks in the Malvinas West Basin.
Exploration and appraisal activities in the Kanuku and Orinduik licences.
Exploration and appraisal activities in Jamaica.
Exploration and appraisal activities in operated licences.
Tullow is focused on exploration in South America, seeing opportunities to replicate past success in Africa.
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Tullow has over 70 licences across 15 countries in Africa and South America.
Understanding our stakeholder views, interests and concerns.
Responsible Operations is a core pillar of our sustainability framework and provides a commitment to safe working, safe processes and effective emergency response.
Shared prosperity is at the heart of our sustainability framework and represents our aspiration to ensure that all we do in our host countries brings not only business benefits for Tullow, but also lasting improvements in the quality of life and the ability to generate better livelihoods in all the communities touched by our operations.
Tullow is committed to acting as a responsible steward of the environment and ensuring robust systems are in place for assessing and managing environmental risk.
Equality and transparency
Equality and transparency are central to the way we operate and to helping us to earn the trust of all those with whom we interact.
Women in Finance Charter
Tullow PLC is a signatory to the UK HM Treasury’s Women in Finance charter.
Maintaining a positive workplace.
Tullow is committed to delivering sustainability in all of the communities where we operate.
Results, reports and presentations
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Share price centre
Latest information from the London, Ghana and Irish stock exchange.
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Computershare are responsible for keeping the Group's register of shareholders up to date, the distribution of statutory documents such as the Annual Report and Accounts, financial statements, and administering the payment of dividends.
You can receive documents via the internet, rather than through the post.
The following share dealing services are available through our Registrars, Computershare Investor Services PLC.
Access dates and information for General Meetings.
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Rights issue 2017
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Resignation of Tullow Oil plc’s statutory auditor.
Welcome to our shareholder centre.
Tullow’s approach to sustainability.
Corporate bond and credit rating
Information on Tullow's corporate bond and credit ratings.
Information on upcoming and past events.
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Contacts, advisers and auditors
Details for company and external contacts, advisers and auditors.
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News updates from Tullow.
Video library of Tullow operations and shared prosperity initiatives.
Case study library of Tullow operations and shared prosperity initiatives.
Details for press contacts.
Tullow is a recognised independent oil & gas, exploration and production group. The Group has interests in over 70 exploration and production licences across 15 countries.
Partner with us
A strong supply chain is paramount to the success of Tullow as a whole. Whether you are an international supplier looking for opportunities across the countries in which we operate, or a local supplier, we are interested in hearing from you.
Sustainable supply chain
Suppliers are critical to our success as a business. We rely on suppliers to deliver key components of our operations.
We work to maximise participation of local businesses within our supply chain to ensure the oil and gas sector creates positive impacts on the economies and lives of local communities where we operate.
Coupa Sourcing will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of how Tullow and its suppliers can work together to deliver value.
Expressions of interest
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Suppliers are critical to our success as a business. Tullow is committed to encouraging and supporting local suppliers, either by working with them directly or through our own suppliers.
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25 January 2012
Launch of the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme (TGSS) in partnership with the British Council
3 February 2012
Government of Uganda and Tullow sign Production Sharing Agreements
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) has today announced the launch of the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme (TGSS) in partnership with the British Council.
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) is pleased to announce that it has signed two new Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs) with the Government of Uganda.